SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CLASSICAL ALLUSIONS IN THE WORK OF MBZIMUNYA

J. A. Maritz

Abstract


I ftrst met Prof. P J Conradie in 1960 when I was a ftrst year Latin student at the
University of Stellenbosch, and he was a young lecturer teaching the course on
Catullus. In my Honours year he taught me Tacitus, and when I later did Greek it
was he who introduced me to the dramatists. In 1970 I was privileged to become a
colleague and the next year attended the party organised in his honour by Prof. van
Rensburg, to mark Dr. Conradie's appointment as Professor. For the last three years
he has been External Examiner at the University of Zimbabwe where I now teach,
so in the course of 35 years I have been associated with Prof. Conradie in various
capacities. I welcome the opportunity to join his many students and colleagues in
paying tribute to him, for his scholarship and for the great influence he has had on
the teaching of Classics in Southern Africa.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/41-3-4-205

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